Roderick, L. (2008). Do Alaska Native People Get Free Medical Care? Anchorage: University of Alaska Anchorage.
There are a few things people often question about the issue of Alaskan Natives, such as their benefits and the advantages they have within Alaska. One major frequently asked question is displayed as the title of this book. Do Alaska Native People Get Free Medical Care? if you look closely, the answer is at the bottom of the book, "No, they paid in advance." There's the truth behind this question and within this book is much more information defining the issues in Alaskan Native culture. Their identities, subsistence, tribal government, and what lies ahead in the future are all discussed including additional information about education and colonialism. This book is just one of the many resources available to the public and can somewhat help find the demise of stereotypes targeting the Alaskan native cultures as well.